Keep Sigmund Freud’s London Home Open


Keep Sigmund Freud’s London Home Open

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An urgent appeal to the psychoanalytic community around the world: 
Keep the Freud Museum London open

Please forward this newsletter and share this important message with your organization, members and colleagues.

A small, successful museum, Sigmund and Anna Freud’s final home and its powerful stories have been shared with thousands of visitors. The unique atmosphere of Freud’s study, preserved as he left it, offers a deeply emotional and inspirational experience.

We are writing to mental health colleagues to ask for financial help and support during this uniquely challenging period. Please consider a gift to the Freud Museum London, perhaps equivalent to your fee for one patient consultation.

Card donations can be made online, or in GBP from anywhere in the world via PayPal.

It is possible to make Tax Free Donations from the United States to the Freud Museum London. To find out more please email

Virtual Tour of the Freud Museum
We hope to reopen the Museum in a safe, socially distanced way, in August. We will publish a date and booking details very shortly. Meanwhile you can explore the house on a Virtual Tour, going behind the barriers and seeing Freud’s famous couch up close. >>
Broadcasts from Freud's London Study
In 1938, shortly after arriving in London Sigmund Freud recorded an interview on his life's work with the BBC.
The Museum has responded to the pandemic by putting much of its public programme online, and you too can listen broadcasts from Freud's study.

Some Thoughts on the Pandemic
If psychoanalysis can shed light on some aspects of individual and social responses to the current pandemic, what can it also learn from them? Psychoanalyst and author Darian Leader explores some of the unconscious processes at play, and problems and questions that psychoanalysis might wish to address. 

How Freud Would Have Handled the Coronavirus:
Lessons from a Beacon of Survival

Distinguished Freudian practitioner and historian of psychoanalysis, Professor Brett Kahr, talks about what we might learn from the genius of Sigmund Freud and how that might help us through this extremely challenging period of world history.

Freud At Home
In this strange new world of ‘self-isolation’ and working from home, many of us will be spending a long time in our houses. For Freud, home was always a live/work space, with his study and consulting room sitting alongside the family’s domestic space. 

In our series of blogs we’ve been looking at where Sigmund Freud and his family lived and worked. >>

Freud Museum Shop
The Freud Museum online shop is open! Click here to browse >>
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